Bosphorus and FSM Bridge 3.

Bosphorus and FSM Bridge 3.Played the Half of the Pass: The toll of Istanbul's first and second bridges after the rise of the General Directorate of Highways to bridges and highways caught half of the transition price of Yavuz Sultan Selim, who was expected to be put into service at the latest on May 2016.
As is known, the toll of the cars from the Bosphorus and Fatih Sultan Mehmet Bridges has been extended to 4.25 liras from the 4.75 liras. 16 Automatic Pass System (OGS) and Fast Pass System (HGS) reductions were also discontinued, although 20 would appear as a raise. This caused the hike to be based on 40s. In other words, the prices on the bridge passed 3.40 liras 4.75 pounded in the pound. Yavuz Sultan Selim, the third bridge of the ongoing construction of Istanbul, according to the terms of the contract will be the toll of the cars 3 dollar plus VAT. When the current figure of the dollar rate of the uptrend is moving, this is about 10.54 lira. Before the time, the price difference between Istanbul's two bridges and Yavuz Sultan Selim 7.14 pounds, after the time of this difference 5.79 pounded.
THE PRICE THAT HAS BEEN OPENED
In May 2013, Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, whose foundation was laid and construction is continuing, was announced that the toll will be 3 dollar + VAT. The toll on the 3 bridge corresponded to the 5.6 TL according to the rate at that time. As the US passed the 2.98s yesterday, the toll of the third bridge, which was under construction, was raised. Accordingly, if the 3 bridge is opened today, the transition price will be 10.54 lira including VAT.

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